Feb 11-17 "Ye Must Be born Again"
Updated: Feb 5, 2019
This lesson has a lot of water in it: water into wine, a well of water, and living water. If I was still back in my preschool days, I would have a sensory table and we would have "water play" everyday this week.
I really like how this worksheet came together.
This is from the Friend. She used to have a basket, but I wanted her to either be Mary, asking Jesus to make more wine, or the woman at the well. So I "photoshopped" a jug in in her arms, and I apologize....it looks like my 5 year old "photoshopped" it, but it does the trick. (:
Here are two sacrament activities. The friend has a lot about the sacrament. It is very nice that there is so much available on that.
This was the most fun, and my favorite activity of this lesson. (Look at the pictures below)
Different textures are so good for small children developing sensory skills. My girls especially loved raiding my fabric scraps.
One more sensory activity....I'm a little obsessed. That word "springing" set my mind to all kinds a textures. The first one was curling ribbon, twisted dry noodles, and shaving cream paint (when dries) is very springy.
Here is a good recipe for puffy paint: https://artfulparent.com/diy-puffy-paint-for-kids/
I like her idea of keeping it in a bag and squeezing it out like frosting on a cake.
For your toddlers that isn't developmentally doable. You'll just have to let them finger paint.
But, if painting is not in your gospel study for-sight, then glueing fun textures to the well is awesome.